HHC users report a milder effect compared to traditional marijuana use. It has a slight body high without a feeling of heaviness and effects that lift the mood and stimulate the senses. Compared to delta-8 THC, HHC is slightly more potent, but still less potent (up to 80%) than regular delta-9 THC. Users describe it as a type of euphoria.
Overall, the feeling is incredibly relaxing. It's a great way to start or end the day, depending on personal preference. Manufacturers have not yet found a cost-effective way to separate high-potency HHC from its low-potency twin, so commercial HHC, which is a mix of the two forms, can be a kind of game of chance for the purchaser. However, HHC has notable effects.
User reports generally describe the high level of HHC between Delta 8 and Delta 9 of THC. Since most (if not all) HHC products are made from HHC converted to THC, we recommend taking care when buying vaporizers, oils, or products related to HHC. HHC is more intoxicating than THC delta 10, and its psychoactive properties seem to give a sense of euphoria and inner happiness. This means that HHC products can make the user feel more stunned than Delta 10, as they can be more turbulent to a person's normal thinking process.
Like THC, HHC provides many people with a pleasant feeling when they take it. But exactly what that feeling is may be more difficult to pin down. The safety of HHC is generally unknown, but there have been no reported cases of overdose or death from the use of HHC or its products. HHC is a cannabinoid and, like THC and other cannabinoids, it's quite normal to develop tolerance after consistent use.
Since the Farm Bill legalizes products containing other hemp cannabinoids, as long as they don't exceed the 0.3% THC threshold, producers of HHC products insist that everything is legal. This is likely if HHC becomes popular enough to jeopardize sales in the legal cannabis market, as we have seen with THC delta 8.The effects of HHC have been reported to be very similar to the effects of Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC. The key differences are that HHC has two additional hydrogenated carbons and THC lacks an ester atom and a carbon bond. There is also the additional problem that HHC products contain residual or leftover THC after chemical hydrogenation.
HHC and CBN are opposite cannabinoids despite being the result of the degradation and decay of THC. HHC is short for hexahydrocannabinol and is a more stable hydrogenated form of THC (tetrahydrocannabinol). If the converted HHC is considered to be of synthetic origin at the federal level now or in the future, the use, possession, sale, distribution, and production of HHC products could be illegal. High-potency active HHC is known as HHC 9R, while low-potency inactive HHC is known as HHC 9S.
Trsides house high-potency HHC gummies contain 25 mg of HHC per serving, for a total of 500 mg per pack of 20. The reason why an HHC high is similar to THC and delta-8 has to do with the amount of carbons in their alkyl side chain. HHC has not been studied extensively, unlike the more abundant cannabinoids, such as THC delta 9 or CBD, but some promising research has been done. Although HHC is found naturally in the cannabis plant, commercial HHC is produced by hydrogenating hemp-derived cannabinoids under pressure with a catalyst such as palladium.